Africa Alliance for Health Research and Economic Development has faith in Eliud Kipchoge “I’m running to show that there are no limits, no human is limited. I’m running to make history,” Kipchoge said. The course is extremely good – I feel more prepared and I am confident. It’s not about thinking, ‘Am I going to do it?’ – I have tried it the first time and the second time, I will do it.”
The Kenyan runner, who holds the world record at 2:01:39, is attempting the feat for a second time after a 2017 effort in Monza with Nike’s Breaking 2 project, where he missed out by 26 seconds.
Eliud Kipchoge is confident he will become the first man to break the two-hour barrier in the marathon and insists there are “no limits” to what he can achieve.